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In Meeting Info on November 23, 2010 at 6:39 pm

Really exciting news, everyone!! As some of you may be aware, this Sunday is A College Christmas, and that evening, the Haliburton Society is hosting Frivols! Frivols is a holiday-themed evening of readings and music in the Manning Room. Once again, the festivities start at 7 PM on November 28th.

If you are interested in performing a reading (or even a song!) then PLEASE email haliburtonsociety@gmail.com so we can put you into the schedule. Treats and beverages to be served! Make sure you stop by, it will be an event not to be missed!


All Rights Reserved

In Uncategorized on November 18, 2010 at 2:10 pm

Hey everyone! Thanks to those of you who came to our Gothic Horror night – it was really, really fun!

As you have probably deduced, the Haliburton is taking a break this week. If you are in the mood for something literary, however, you should check out the launch party for the latest issue of All Rights Reserved, a local literary journal that publishes poetry and sometimes features short fiction and interviews. It is happening TONIGHT, Thursday, November 18th, from 5-7pm at the Company House on Gottingen. There are five feature readers, and then the mic will be opened to anyone who wants to read. Please keep in mind that the event is 19+.

We will keep you updated on our future meetings and events. Have a lovely week!

A Night of Horror

In Meeting Info on November 2, 2010 at 11:19 am

Hey everyone! In the spirit of Halloween, our meeting for this Thursday is going to be on the theme of “Gothic Horror“. Please bring any readings you have that are Gothic, Horrifying, or both! First person to bring in a Gothic Novel wins my respect and admiration and slight awe at having Gothic novels in your King’s library.

It will start at 7:30 and this week, it will be in the Shatford Room. That’s on the 2nd Floor of the A&A, it’s right next to the student accounts office. Go up the stairs, turn left, it’s right there. Refreshments will be served, as usual.

In other news, please comment with your suggestions as to what our themes should be for meetings! It would really be great.